Electrolysis is the permanent way to remove hairs from the face or body.

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Electrolysis

After more than 125 years, electrolysis still remains the only 100% effective method of permanent hair removal for all skin and hair types. Whether your hair is white, blond, red or brown, whether you are fair or dark-skinned, electrolysis treatments give 100% permanent results.

Increasingly we are being contacted by people who have tried laser hair removal with undesirable results, if this has happened to you don’t worry, get in touch and we will help you. We have been doing this for over 20 years so be confident that we will provide you with the best advice.

We have invested in the best technology to deliver the best results as quickly and as comfortably as possible. We use the Apilus Platinum Pure 27 MHz ultra rapid epilator to effectively target hair for destruction while offering comfort the likes of which have yet to be seen in permanent hair removal. For more information about electrolysis read our frequently asked questions below.

If you haven’t tried electrolysis before you may have some questions you’d like to ask – book a free consultation with Ghitta who will assess your treatment needs and answer any questions you have. If you’re feeling nervous please be assured we are here to help and have likely treated others with the same issue many times before.

If you’ve had electrolysis before and just want to get started please contact us for an appointment.

Note: we always use gloves and disposable probes at the Melbourne Hair Removal Centre.

FAQ

  • What is electrolysis?

    Electrolysis is a method of removing individual hairs from the face or body. Electrolysis destroys the growth center of the hair with heat energy. After 125 years , electrolysis still remains the only 100% effective method of permanent hair removal for all skin and hair types.

  • Does electrolysis hurt?

    We use the Apilus Platinum Pure which effectively targets hairs for destruction while offering comfort the likes of which have yet to be seen in permanent hair removal.

  • What happens when you book a free consultation?

    I will get back to you to arrange a day and time for you to come to my clinic. Everyone is different so the purpose of a free consultation is to assess your electrolysis needs – I cannot do this over the phone and without meeting you.

    When I meet you I will assess your skin type, hair growth and the size of the area you want to work on. I will then be able to provide more accurate answers to your questions. After your free consultation you are under no obligation to continue with treatment.

  • How much will electrolysis cost?

    Each case is different, it depends on the hair growth, the area is being treated and how large that area is. I will be able to give you a clearer indication during your consultation. Please review our pricelist for an indication of treatment costs.

  • How many treatments will I need?

    Each case is different, it depends on the hair growth, the area is being treated and how large that area is. I will be able to give you a clearer indication during consultation.

  • How does laser treatment differ to electrolysis?

    Lasers work from the outside, detecting the hair pigment (MELANIN). This means there needs to be a strong contrast between the skin (white) and the hair (dark) to effectively reduce the amount of hair a person has. In contrast, electrolysis permanently eliminates the cells responsible for hair growth. It attacks the hair follicle from the inside leading to the direct destruction of the cells responsible for hair growth, while protecting the skin’s surface.

  • What areas can be treated?

    Face: upper lip, chin, sides of face, neck, hair lines, eyebrows.

    Body: arms, legs, underarms, fingers, toes, bikini line, chest, nipples, back, shoulders, stomach.

  • What causes unwanted hair?

    There are a number of factors that can cause unwanted or excess hair. These include hereditary conditions, medication for certain illnesses, hormonal changes and stress. Also, temporary methods of hair removal (waxing and tweezing) can cause an increase in hair growth.

  • Can a pregnant woman receive electrolysis treatments?

    A pregnant woman should generally not undergo electrolysis treatments during the first three months of pregnancy. Why? In order to keep sources of stress to a minimum during this higher-risk period. After the first trimester, she can undergo hair removal treatments using high-frequency current only. We do ask for medical clearance, to make sure her pregnancy is going well and no complications are expected.

I wasn’t too sure if electrolysis would hurt. I heard that it did but this has not been my experience and I think this is because Ghitta’s equipment is top of the range. Only top quality service by Ghitta!Read more
— Helen
Ghitta is a world class professional electrologist who has an amazing technique and has dedicated her life to perfecting her art. The attention she pays to her work and hygiene is immaculate. Prior to any electrolysis I had various laser and IPL sessions for approximately 4 years.Read more
— womo.com.au review by Hairyc, Melbourne